LibriVox recording of Through Glacier Park, by Mary Roberts Rinehart.
Read by Laura Victoria.
This is about a three-hundred mile trip across the Rocky Mountains on horseback with Howard Eaton. It is about fishing, and cool nights around a camp-fire, and long days on the trail. It is about a party of all sorts, from everywhere, of men and women, old and young, experienced folk and novices, who had yielded to a desire to belong to the sportsmen of the road. And it is by way of being advice also. Your true convert must always preach. (Introduction by Mary Roberts Rinehart quoted from the text.)
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September 22, 2016 Subject:
A spacticular tourist adventure in 1914
You will thoroughly enjoy this account of a journey in Glacier Park. Would you be tough enough to be a part of a 40 person horseback trek over these mountains in 1914? Would you be willing to be on a horse on a mountain trail so narrow that your foot dangles over a mile high drop? I don’t think I would be brave enough. But what spectacular vistas and adventures! Reader Laura Victoria is the best of the best.